Michael Clarke's side had the best blend of deep batting, strong fielding and, most importantly, wicket-taking bowlers which made them fitting winners of a tournament where power was king. The big hitters, extraordinary batsmen like New Zealand's Brendon ... IBN Live, 1 month ago
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Pakistan would have hoped to bowl and field well after a sorry batting performance against Australia their quarter-final against Australia at the Adelaide Oval. Though they ticked off the bowling mark with Wahab Riaz firing in, their fielding let them down as ...Zee News, 2 months ago Cricket World Cup 2015 Quarterfinal Australia v/s Pakistan: Australia thump Pakistan; to meet India in semifinals DNA, 2 months ago ICC WC quarterfinal: Australia beat Pakistan by six wickets, will face India in semifinals Jagran Post, 2 months ago ICC WC quarterfinal: Smith falls after fifty, Australia four-down against Pakistan Jagran Post, 2 months ago
THE ICC's cricket committee has recommended removing the batting power-play and allowing five fielders outside the 30-yard circle between the 41st and 50th overs of a one-day international. Batsmen like David Warner are making life very hard for ...FoxSports.com.au, 1 week ago One Day cricket rules to get a shake-up Nine MSN, 1 week ago Cricket rule to help bowlers New Zealand Herald, 1 week ago End of the batting powerplay? News24, 1 week ago
Chris Rogers of Australia leaves the field. Photograph: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images Australia Test opener Chris Rogers appears set to retire from international cricket after the upcoming Ashes series in England. The 37-year-old's first two Tests were separated by more than five years but he has been a fixture in Australia's opening partnership with David Warner since a surprise selection for the 2013 Ashes tour. That call-up was based on the left-hander's prolific batting over several years ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago
Australia's batting sensation Steven Smith tells Harish Kotian that switching over from the Test and One-day mode to T20 will not be a problem for him in the upcoming eighth edition of the IPL. (From left to right): James Faulkner, captain Shane Watson, mentor Rahul Dravid, Ajinkya Rahane and Steve Smith launch the Rajasthan Royals jersey for IPL 8 in Mumbai. Photograph: PTI Steven Smith will be looking to continue his recent golden run with the bat in the eighth edition of the Indian Premier ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago Australia will test West Indies' resilience Daily Times, 1 day ago Smith takes over as Australia Test captain MSN News US, 3 weeks ago Australia will test West Indies resilience Antigua Observer, 2 days ago
Australia fast bowler Mitchell Starc after bowling a delivery during the 2015 World Cup semi-final match against India in Sydney. Photograph: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images. Australia's spin legend Shane Warne has called for changes to all formats of cricket in order to bring about a better balance between bat and ball and sustain the interest of fans. He believes that One-Day Internationals needs one major change: scraping the maximum 10-over rule per bowler and allowing them to bowl unlimited ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago World Cup 2015: Gavaskar says semi-final pressure beat India DNA, 2 months ago Pressure of semi-finals got to India: Gavaskar Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
Joe Burns of Australia walk off the field. Photograph: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images Queensland batsman Joe Burns is determined to avoid membership of the burgeoning club of Australian batsmen who have made brief cameos in the Test team before permanently falling into obscurity. The 25-year-old was the only member of the team that defeated India 2-0 in the 2014-15 series not to be picked for the 17-man tour squad for the Caribbean and England in June and July. The highly-rated right-hander's ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Indias batting mainstay Rohit Sharma said on Wednesday that Australian cricketers might use sledging as a weapon during their high-voltage cricket World Cup semi-final match on Thursday but hoped they wouldnt cross the line of tolerance. "Its part of the ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
Aware that a comprehensive win would lift Australia above second-placed Sri Lanka in the Pool A standings, the prospect of rain later in the day led Clarke to deduce it would be better to chase a target rather than set one. The former champions made a single ...Jagran Post, 2 months ago Quick-fire Australia romp past Scotland Rediff.com, 2 months ago
PERTH, March 4 (Reuters) - Afghanistan captain Mohammad Nabi won the toss opted to field in the World Cup Pool A match against Australia at Perth, a decision that delighted his counterpart Michael Clarke. "There is a little bit moisture in the pitch, we want ...Reuters, 2 months ago World Cup 2015 Australia v/s Afghanistan: Clarke delighted after Afghanistan ask Australia to bat DNA, 2 months ago
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